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jocose inclined to joke; jovial; merry. [2 definitions]
jocular jovial or inclined to joke; merry. [2 definitions]
jocund merry or cheerful in manner or appearance; jovial.
jodhpurs trousers that are baggy at the hips but tight below the knees, often worn for riding horses.
joey the young of a kangaroo.
jog1 to move or jar slightly; nudge. [9 definitions]
jog2 a sudden turn or bend. [3 definitions]
joggle to move back and forth rapidly but gently; shake. [3 definitions]
jog trot a slow, regular, jolting gait, esp. of a horse.
Johannesburg a city in the country of South Africa, and one of the largest cities on the continent of Africa.
Johannes Kepler a German astronomer and mathematician (b.1571--d.1630).
Johann Goethe a German author (b.1749--d.1832).
Johann Gutenberg a German printer considered to be the inventor of the system of printing with movable type (b.1400?--d.1468?).
Johann Sebastian Bach a German composer and organist (b.1685--d.1750).
John according to the New Testament, one of the twelve Apostles of Jesus Christ, one of the four evangelists, and the probable author of the fourth Gospel, the Book of Revelation, and three Epistles. [5 definitions]
John Adams the second President of the United States (1797-1801), who had been a strong advocate of American independence from Great Britain as well as one of the authors of the Declaration of Independence. President Adams was also the first U.S. Vice President under his predecessor George Washington (b.1735--d.1826).
John Barleycorn the personification of any intoxicating liquor.
johnboat a flat-bottomed boat with a square bow and stern, used on inland waters.
John Bull a typical Englishman or a personification of the English government or people, after the main character in the eighteenth-century allegory History of John Bull by John Arbuthnot.
John Calvin a French theologian and leader of the Protestant Reformation in Switzerland (b.1509--d.1564).
John Doe the name used in legal proceedings to indicate a fictitious or unknown man.